If Blizzard makes Naga alliance i won't mind.
If Blizzard makes Naga Neutral i won't mind.
If blizzard makes Naga Horde i won't mind.
I think the Blood Elf story line was very clever, the Blood Elves didn't join the Horde because Garithos was meanie, they joined the Naga and Ilidan because Garithos was a meanie and the naga offered Kaelthas aid, and Kaelthas joined Kiljaedan because he was Ilidan's master and offered greater power, and the Blood elves left Kaelthas and Kiljaeden because following Kiljaedan is totally insane, and they sought refuge in Shattrath because they were fleeing Kiljaedan, but the Draenei despised what the Blood Elves has done under Kaelthas' Command, and so they sought allies, and the Alliance found them to have been tainted by the Legion and besides the alliance was getting all buddy-buddy with the Draenei, and the Horde be like "We be tainted by the legion we totally know what that's like" and sylvanas be like "My brothers and Sisters, we shared a common tragedy, we share a common peril, let us work together to kill lots of stupid humans" and blood elves be like "sounds good to me Sister!"
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Nations changing faction sides from one war to the next happens in real life.
Japan and the USA were allies in WWI, enemies in WWII and allies in the Korean War.
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Makes more sense for game mechanics as well, to have another class that uses a bow without a pet, that can heal with spell-shots, rather than a Demon hunter which is essentially Unholy DK and Warlock combined. So I wouldn't necessarily rule that out.
And yea, even though GC doesn't like it, I could see Naga being neutral. Which would suck dick.
TBC: Two races
WOTLK: One hero class
CATA: Two races, new race-class combos
MOP: One neutral race, one normal class
At this rate, anything can happen.
This seems legit, being TM'd in 2 countries.
As for "what boub leaked", he's a sellout, I don't trust anything he posts. He sold out long ago, site would be better off without him.
Skor'zad nervously peered around the corner of the column. As he has planned, he saw her floating there, alone in her chamber. Had he made the right decision, visiting the banshee's private chamber so late at night? The necromancers would surely put him back into the ground if he was discovered. What's worse, he didn't even know if his feelings were requited, and Madame Sidnari was known for her short temper.
What few doubts the zombie had were quickly tossed aside once he caught a full glimpse of her beauty. Her distinctly elven features - a reminder of her form in a past life - were now only enhanced by the oozing wounds and scabs that dotted her face. Purple, almost translucent skin was frugally covered by necrotic wrappings that hugged her waifish figure. Cold flesh neatly fused with the ephemeral as her legless torso sat upon a bluish sphere of energy, drifting a few inches above the cold granite floor. Skor'zad allowed himself to relax a bit and wiped the sweat and ichor that dripped alternatingly from his prominent brow.
Seemingly unaware of his presence, she glided to the only window in the room and looked out upon the battlefield. Desolation stretched out before her. Not six hours ago has the shrill cries of human children pierced the air, but now... only the sweet silence of death.
The wind caught her hair now, playfully flipping the worm-like tangles around her hollowed-out eye sockets. Skor'zad, suddenly aware that he was leaning forward with lust, shrank back behind the column, terrified that the Dark Wailer might have seen him. She had indeed seen him - but he had no reason to fear.
"Skor'zad," she said. "I've been waiting for you. You fought well today." The banshee glanced coyly over her rotting right shoulder, allowing her wrappings to loosen ever so slightly. "It's time you... collected your reward."
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